Snowmobile Ride Results in Impaired Charge for Dryden Man

Dryden Police
Dryden Police

DRYDEN – On January 17, 2018, while on general patrol, Dryden Police Officers observed a snow vehicle enter an intersection and turn left on Earl Avenue. According to the City of Dryden By-Laws, the operation of a snow machine is prohibited in this portion of the City.

A traffic stop was initiated and an odor of an alcoholic beverage was detected.

Tyler Elliot CRISPENS was arrested and charged with Adult Driving While Ability Impaired – motor vehicle/Adult Driving with More than 80 mg of Alcohol in Blood. CRISPENS was released on a Promise to Appear.

Dryden Police Service would like to remind the public that just like drinking and driving, sledding and alcohol don’t mix. In Ontario, you can be charged with impaired driving on any motorized vehicle including motorcycles, ATVs, and snowmobiles.

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